The number of men seeking help for domestic violence has increased sharply since the death of baby Kobi Shepherdson, with one service imploring men to tell their mates to seek help for their abusive behaviour and not “stand by and let disaster evolve”.
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- Kobi Shepherdson died after her father jumped off the Whispering Wall with her attached to him
- Calls and website traffic for a men’s help service have increased following their deaths
- Tributes have been laid outside the reservoir
Nine-month-old Kobi died after her father jumped off the Whispering Wall at the Barossa Reservoir with her attached to him on Wednesday afternoon, in a suspected murder-suicide.